Clark Creek Nature Area Trail

  • Wildflower in Clark Creek Natural Area in Mississippi.


Bird Watching

Dogs Yes


Fall Foliage

4.5 (miles)



Minimal (Elev. Δ - ft)


Clark Creek Nature Area Trail is a moderate hike in Mississippi but close to Baton Rouge Louisiana. This trail is kid and dog friendly. Your furry kids have to be on leash. The park says "the Clark Creek Natural Area in southwestern Mississippi is one of the Magnolia State's most beautiful outdoor treasures. Comprising more than 700 acres, it is highlighted by some 50 waterfalls, ranging in size 10 to more than 30 feet in height. Creation and protection of this fabulous area came about in 1978. Steeply sloping loess bluff hills host a mixed hardwood and pine forest dominated by beech and magnolias. Uncommon trees found in the area are Southern sugar maple, serviceberry, umbrella tree, pyramid magnolia, chinquapin oak, big leaf snowball, silverbell, and witch-hazel. Here, visitors discover a variety of colorful migrating and resident birds; invertebrates; poisonous snakes; a rare land snail; the Federally endangered Carolina magnolia vine; and the State endangered fish, the Southern redbelly dace." There is no camping available in Clark Creek Natural Area.

Red Tape

Entrance and Camping Fees
Contact: Clark Creek Natural Area 366 Fort Adams Road Woodville, MS 39669

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